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Monday, February 28, 2011

Workplace Bullying In New York

On Jan. 21, 2011, the New York Law Journal published an interesting article on Workplace Bullying.  Download Workplace bullying Workplace Bullying involves situations not covered by exisiting laws such as Title VII. The article discusses Legislation pending in New York which would make Workplace Bullying actionable. A. 5414. 

This is one of the most controversial issues in labor and employment law today. Much has been written about it and legislation has been proposed in several states. 

Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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A bill introduced Monday in the state Senate would make it illegal to bully your coworkers.

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It is good News that the bill introduced Monday in the state Senate would make it illegal to bully your coworkers.....

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